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be on tv too. >> good evening my name is jean roland,managing attorney for stalking, domestic violence and physical elderly abuse. >> i do have a question for you both. just to clarify, while you are working under staffed in terms of your ability to provide all services, as we would like to victims, just to clarify, it seems the weight in which victims become engaged with the advocacy organizations of those programs providing services including shelter and beyond, that first link really comes through the district attorney's office. unless the victims themselves call those agencies. but certainly you are all helping to assist if persons want that type of support. >> i think that i would have to attribute that to a joint effort by the scu unit as well as the district attorney's office. the first point of real contact that dv victims have are the inspectors and svu. once inspectors make the initial contact that is where the trust begins. once that trust is established it is turned over to our office where our attorneys try to maintain that trust. honestly, with a number of att
statement. >> thank you. >> barry toronto, roland salvato, denise dan. >> good afternoon. >>> good afternoon, barry toronto. i figured i'd join these list of speakers considering i have an italian last name. anyway, i want to let you know that cab drivers taking people from the downtown hotels, south of market hotels, take people's recommendations to north beach and fisherman's wharf restaurants. what you're saying by making traffic miserable on columbus avenue, i think cab drivers are going to stop recommending these establishments in these areas because it will be too hard to get to. and it sounds like you really need some environmental work done before you go ahead and close off any part of columbus avenue, even one lane. where are we going to drop off the passengerses at the restaurants? at the bars? at the night clubs? you know, this is a problem. and i think until you resolve -- create some mitigation measures, solve these issues, you're not ready to bring any option forward. and, in fact, as listed here you can only deal with these two options. i think option 4 seems like the one ever
that really got folks talking around the water cooler. here to them down, will cain, roland martin, pete dominick, all-star contributors. we're going to have some fun with this. viral videos really did define this campaign. often it's a slip on the stump that gets picked up. let's listen to one of obama's slip. you didn't build that. >> someone helped to create this unbelievable system that allows you to thrive. someone invested in roads and bridges. if you've got a business, you didn't build that. >> now, that was turned into this viral video, with over a million views, easily. >> i'm barack obama, those ads, taking my words about small business out of context, they're flat-out wrong. >> if you've been successful, you didn't get that on your own. >> getting pretty inventive there. >> i'm glad we really started on a light note. could have built some camaraderie. now i have to tell you, it wasn't out of context. make my argument, give me three minutes, i'll prove to you it meant exactly -- >> will, seriously. i'm at the republican convention and they're holding their signs up, you didn't
. >> stephanie: sexy liberal tour director, roland, i am so proud of your high-strung tour producer. his tweet said so much of how we feel. one of the tweets of the day on msnbc they showed on screen. just saw it on dan savage's time line. roland said it best. it shows steph has the best people around it. i have the bestest friends in the world. roland tweeted if it was a toy that killed 20 children in one day, there would be no debate about banning it. why is there any hesitation about assault rifles? for sexy liberal d.c., we obviously will pick a gun violence charity. we let you know what what the cause is. we're obviously trying to regroup here. the president last night in newtown. >> obama: to end them, we must change. in the coming weeks i'll use whatever power this office holds in an effort aimed at preventing more tragedies like this. >> stephanie: brian in iowa writes hey steph, we started an unnecessary war in a foreign country to eliminate weapons of mass destruction. in this country, we have ak guns circul
we have any further nominations for the co-chair position? >> yes. >> chair: roland? >> councilmember wong: i like to dominate idell wilson. nominate. (correction) nominate (laughter) >> i would really say, i would be honored. i would like to third, for wendy to have a second year. >> chair: you are declining the nomination? are there any further nominations? seeing none, okay, this is where we have to reserve the public comment. we have a motion on the floor. we have a second. do we have any public comment? check the bridge line, not working. seeing none, we have ballots passing around. >> (off mic) >> chair: all in favor for the re-election of co-chair james, for a second year, say aye, a raise your right hand. >> aye. >> chair: by unanimous vote, co-chair has been reelected for a second year. do you wish to give a speech? >> i will continue to learn. by mail. so you can continue to teach me, and tap my arm, when i'm doing something wrong. i'm sure carla and joanna and everyone else will keep me in-line. >> i can still tune into you guys. i happened to tune in to
. >> the next viral video is a subject near and dear to roland martin's heart, with sarah silverman as a spokeswoman for voter i.d.. >> you know, a lot of these laws require you to have a state-issued picture i.d., like a driver's license, but more than 21 million americans don't have driver's licenses. >> what about my social security card? i've been using it for 70 years. >> no photo, no voto. i'm on to your shenanigans, murray, if that is your real name. >> you take a clean 30 seconds out of the -- i played that, made the mistake today of playing that in front of my children and i had no idea what i was getting into. >> learning words. >> it proves that comedians, great comedians, through great comedy, can explain the situation. she was talking about the nonexistence of voter fraud. she really gets the point across. >> but voter i.d. wasn't targeted at sarah, it was people who look like me, so, sarah could have -- >> what are you saying? >> i'm just saying. >> what are you saying? put a brother in that video, it would have been true. >> we didn't show the whole video. >> right, r
y despuÉs gana roland garros. >> se pierde a macho camacho que fue campeon de muchas peleas. >> el mexicano juan manuel marquez vence a paquiao y los kings de los Ángeles ganan a new jersey en partidos. >> muchas gracias por estar con nosotros buenas noches navidad principales noticias . >> 100 millones de personas se desplazan por el país . >> como estará el clima . >> se conoce nuevos testimonios de la tragedia en connecticut hablo profesoara y jefe de policía . >> google maps habla del rastro e santa clauss vamos con la información . >> . >> este es la edición de fin de semana . >> buenas noches bienvenidos nos a pocas horas de navidad irán por todo el país por la celebración cuidado por lo que nos dicen ir en esta fiesta es complejo por el trafico y mal tiempo . >> que nadie quiere ver en esta época de navidad, . >> en carretera cerca de ohio minivan iba en sentgido contrario e impacto a otra . >> tres adultos mueren . >;> la policía encontró botella de alcohol en un vehículo . >> cuándo 93 millones de personas están ,es de paciencia y para no perder la compo
donde las cosas no volveran a ser iguales... alex roland, nos amplia la informacion... y mientras las clases se llevaban a cabo, newtown, enterro hoy a dos mas de los ninos que fueron asesinados en la masacre del pasado viernes. al momento, las investigaciones avanzan lentamente y solo anaden mas detalles truculento s, como que el autor, el joven introvertido adam lanza, disparo cuatro veces en la cabeza a su madre, nancy, mientras dormia.. a los funerales, solo pudieron acceder los familiares de los pequenos. el hombre sospechoso de una serie de asalto a mujeres en el condado de fairfax fue arrestado en lima, peru... el servicio de alguaciles de estados unidos tomo en custodia johnny d. guillen pimentel, de 41 anos y lo traslado a faifax el pasado 17 de diciembre... pimentel, es acusado de ocho cargos por agresion maliciosa, y uno por falsificacion de documentos publicos.. la policia identifico a pimentel como el hombre que corto con navajas los gluteos de varias mujeres en centros comerciales de virginia durante el verano...sie columbia, escuche esto... aumento la velocidad limite e
to happen and people are going to go out of business. >> thank you. next speaker. >> roland salvato, denise dan, john bollinger and [speaker not understood]. >> good afternoon. >>> hi, roland salvato. thanks, directors. some mistakes are very expensive, and i'm afraid that's what's going to culminate here because there are and there have been a few mistakes beginning with things that are obvious in the documents that have been circulated. so, for example, the brief description written by i suppose the director describes community meetings that were held back in august. was there something obviously incorrect about that? because those community meetings didn't take into consideration a lot of the concerns that you're hearing now. if that's true that those community meetings were more than just an up and down vote, that it says later in the same document whether to approve the project or not, that's on page 3, then obviously you would have heard these concerns sooner. you would have heard the concerns of the north beach people a lot sooner than now. and that's why you're having lawsuits. so,
at "national journal." will cain from the blaze and the ghost of roland martin. do you need a note from the principal's office? somebody needs to explain to me what goes on with roland. he's never there. >> how do i get that freedom? >> the thing about roland, once he arrives, you won't know he was missing in the first place. alina chochl. >> count on me, ali velshi. good morning, a fight between world powers with agonized parents and children caught in the middle. russian president has banned u.s. families from adopting russian orphans. moscow says too many orphans have been abused by their new american parents. state department says it is willing to talk more about keeping the children safe. >>> fiscal cliff isn't the only threat to the u.s. economy. get a load of this. the container cliff. nearly 15,000 dockworkers from maryland to texas are threatening to strike, starting sunday, which could shut down more than a dozen key shipping ports and cripple commerce across the country. dock on workers are demanding higher container royalties to boost their pay. >>> did the newtown school sh
boehner says both sides remain far apart. joining me is cnn analyst roland martin and cnn contributor will cain. to roland first. is this a real stalemate or is this all about posturing? >> it's a real stalemate. obviously republicans who clearly do not want to raise taxes on anybody, the president's made it perfectly clear that i won, i have a mandate and we are not going to continue doing this. also keep in mind the bush cuts contributed to our deficit so it's interesting to hear folks say we should continue them but they didn't say let's cut the deficit when they contribute it according to the cbo. i think the president certainly has more referage on his side and republicans know it and trying to hold out as best as they can. in the end he'll get his wish. >> who is going to blink first? will this is for you. seems like americans aren't interested in lawmakers digging in. look at the poll. this is what a new nbc/"wall street journal" poll shows the first time the majority of republican voters 59% want the party leaders to compromise and democrats an all-time high of 70%. separate p
brownstein, will cane and roland martin, we're keeping you an available spot for him. >> empty chair. >> roland has been dieting. you can't even see him. if you've ever been confused by facebook's privacy settings, you are not alone. even mark zuckerberg's sister might be after a private family photo she posted on facebook went public. she is the former marketing director of facebook and she posted this photo of her family. >> that's her. >> there we go. it includes facebook ceo mark zuckerberg, someone who wasn't supposed to see it saw it because she was friends with someone else who was tagged in it and it was retweeted in the aftermath. an angry response that included this line, it's not about privacy settings, it's about human decency. >> talk about six degrees of separation. you had the chain of events there. >> someone who saw someone whose friend saw it who posted it? welcome to the internet. >> the increasing reality is you're assuming that anything that can be seen will be seen. >> right. >> and both company policy and government policy are way behind what the privacy issues
going too far? "outfront" tonight, political analyst roland martin and david fromme, senior adviser to president bush. david, i know you've written extensively about this. on its surface, that just sounds terrific. just make it easier for every red-blooded american citizen to be able to vote. but i know you say this is kind of just far too small of a solution. why? >> right. america has a uniquely ram shackle voting. it's injurious to the national pride to hear that brazil does it better, but brazil does it better, and so does mexico. so what i'm disappointed in from the attorney general is there are a lot of problems, he's picked one, it's an important problem. but it also happens to be a problem, the fixing of which would benefit his party. because probably the younger people, the less -- the more mobile people, who would be benefited, would tend to vote democrat. which is fine. democrats should vote too. but if you're going to fix it, do a real fix. don't simply introduce something that is advantageous to one party, as if it's a complete solution, when there are so many problems
in our schools really the answer? "outfront" tonight, ryan, political analyst, roland martin. >> how you doing? >> good to see you guys. >> good to be here. >> is this just playing up to the nra or it is plausible solution to stop school shootings? >> it's certainly not a plausible solution, but the problem is, there are no plausible solutions. there's a guy, a criminologist who wrote a great piece about this. the thing with mass shootings, these guys are determined. they plan well in advance to evade security measures. and so, the idea from the right that you're going to arm police officials and have them at every school is false and the idea on the left that you're going to eliminate guns that's also false. you have to look at the gun violence problem more broadly rather than fighting the last war. >> but there is a disconnect in this conversation. i want to play for you guys a quote from frank lutz. here's what he had to say about the nra's proposal. >> the public wants guns out of the schools, not in and they're not asking for a security official or someone else. i don't think the nr
. >> alex roland. >> estoy en la calle 106 dónde las personas han hecho una larga fila frente a la iglesia santa cecilia, en la tarde llegó él feretro del ex pujilista y cuando descendio varias personas aplaudieron como ustedes ven, gritaban viva héctor macho camacho . >> y ahí el feretro fue puesto en la carroza que recorrio la calle 106 donde él pasó parte de su juventud y niñez y por eso su familia quiso hacerle este homenaje, su madre estuvo siguiendo la carroza unas 4 cuadras a la redonda en el corazón del barrio. >> es la primera vez que veo una cosa tan linda para un muchacho que se lo merece, porque mucho trajo él a este mundo . >> es del barrio. >> (gritos) >> va a ser un día largo para los fans del ex pujilista puertorriqueño y cerrará las puertas a las 10 de la noche, estaremos llevandoles los detalles y por menores de esto que pasará mañana en un cementerio en el bronx, regreso a los estudios. >> gracias alex y más adelante llegó la navidad y le tenemos una importante información . >> y comer insectos es bueno para la salud . >> hasta ahoa no habían investiga
an mod wheelchair to willy mays here at city hall. for the event. and also, -- are councilmember roland -- was in the sitting area. i wanted to give an opportunity to see they had comments about that experience as well. >> yes. i did attend the celebration over at civic center plaza. also attended the 2010. by comparison, this year was remarkable. even the new access, getting the ambassadors, people to help, to get to the viewing platform was great. i also witnessed a person who actually needed emergency services. the did use that pathway that was created. it worked perfectly. i commend the city who put this together. it was remarkable. thank you. >> great. wonderful news. any other comments? colleagues? okay. i think we already, it's time to move on to our next agenda item. community perspective. on supportive housing and sros. we have three presentations. the first of which will be by deputy director fraguli, with the mayor's office on disability. >> it is my great pleasure to do the third and final installment of our housing series. as you may remember, in the past two months we
for the opportunity. my name is roland [speaker not understood], i'm from san jose. i am one of the strongest supporters of the caltrain modernization program. i [speaker not understood] it extensive the last year. i am really pleased by the report from the executive director with the recent developments because frankly there have been questions about how this project has been moving in the last year. i'll give you some examples. highlights for the last year ask a 1-1/2 million dollars bond, get the accurate gps coordinates of the equipment, and $6 million in program management. now, there are many amounts of technical questions that have to be answered urgently because it directly impacts the capacity of the line down the peninsula affecting all the cities because currently the plan is to put passing track. we frankly are not required if you have a modern signalling system. in closing, what you have in front of you is an application for signaling system. it's got nothing to do with electrification which is in prop k. [speaker not understood]. in other words, you have a choice in front of you
of the concerns that were expressed by the assistant district attorney jean roland about issues regarding interpretation. we have ms. sandra marion, from occ, to talk about language access. ms. marion? >> good evening. commissioners, director - members of the public and command staff and police officers. i'm excited to be here and have the opportunity to talk about the work that many organizations, departments and commissions in collaboration with the police department on language access. i work for the office of citizen complaints, in agency that provides civilian oversight of the police department. i will start our presentation giving a little history and identify some of the projects working on. there are other members of the group here, cheaf beal, officer chang, language liaison, -- a member of the working group. he will talk some of the challenges that lap, domestic violence victims face and lastly beverly -- will make concluding remarks. she is also another vital member of our organization or our working group. a little bit of the history. six years ago a number of represen
violence cases. >> commissioner loftus? >> i have to say jean roland trained me. what jean said always was even if you have a high caseload you put your victims name on the chart in front of your desk and you call them every week and you find out how they are and you find that what is going on in their lives. it is not like -- it is essential to hold batters accountable and keeping people safe. gene is not someone who makes excuses and demand that kind of performance. those three das are there to do the arraignment in the morning, 9-12 they are raining all the cases, doing bail hearings. they arrange a new case; it was my experience even better days when we had better staffing levels by the time you get back to your desk as a prosecutor you haven't even had a sandwich you pick up and call the victim she has heard from someone in the public defender's office telling her what may or may not be true about the system and we are committed in the way that we are to prosecute these cases i really command -- and president chu to talk about the staffing levels and volume matt
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